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of his fight against cancer. as jim mendoza from our hawaii affiliate kgmb reports, the 93-year-old has certainly earned his right to vote. >> reporter: the photograph shows frank gravely ill and in a hospital bed, exercising a privilege many healthy americans choose to ignore. >> i think he wanted to make sure that we all understand that voting is a fundamental right and responsibility of americans, and he wanted to be sure that he did that, even when he was very, very ill. >> reporter: barbara says her father is fiercely patriotic. during world war ii as a young japanese american held in an internment camp, he joined the u.s. army. his military intelligence service unit was awarded a congressional gold medal. >> i wanted to do my part to prove that i was not an enemy or that none of us were. that we were true americans. if we ever got the chance, we would do our best to serve our country. and we did. >> reporter: at 93, he suffers from inoperable liver cancer. he is in hospice care. >> he's very weak. it will probably be a few more days of life that he has. >> reporter: that's why he
after she was last seen with a man nearly twice her age. 15-year-old ruby cruz mendoza was spotted around 5:30 yesterday evening climbing into a tan or silver two-door car. she was traveling with this man, hilario carmona. investigators believe they might be in a relationship together. >>> with a bright flash and supersonic boom the bay area got a front row seat to a rare show provided by the cosmos. cbs 5 reporter cate caugiran joins us what a dazzling sight for people who got to see it. >> reporter: for us who were asleep, unfortunately, we missed it. but i have two bits of good news for you. one if you live in martinez experts say you may find fragments of the meteor in the area this morning and two the show isn't over yet. if you missed it like the rest of the morning crew, you can see it now. experts at chabot say this meteor you're look at courtesy. san jose lick observatory say it was the size of a car before hitting the earth traveling at speeds up to 25,000 miles an hour braking the sound barrier as it entered our atmosphere. that's when several people heard that boom. it
godfather. investigators say 29-year-old hilario carmona and ruby mendoza reportedly had a sexual relationship. ruby was last seen getting into a car with her godfather yesterday afternoon. police aren't sure if she went willingly and efforts to find them have been unsuccessful. >>> well, think of it as accidentally hitting "send" on an email only this one sent google stock into a tailspin. this morning, google released its third quarter financial numbers which included a big miss on target profits but that report was supposed to be released at the end of the day today. within four minutes, shares were down nearly $68 or more than 9%. that's about $20 billion lost in less than five minutes. >> i don't recall ever seeing this happen with a big company on wall street where the earnings are mistakenly released early. sometimes companies will release their earnings early if there is some rumors coming out so they release it based off of that or if they had really good news and wanted to provide it to the market earlier. something like this happening with the statement released earlier
-year-old man. 15-year-old ruby cruz mendoza was spotted just before 5:30 last night climbing into a tan or silver two door car. she was seen getting into the car with this man, hilaire i don't carmona. investigators believe the two might be in a relationship together. >>> it was a spectacular light show that was seen and heard throughout the bay area last night. cbs 5 reporter cate caugiran is live now at the chabot space center with more on this out of this world phenomenon. it was cool. >> reporter: i'm only sad that i missed it. of course our early bedtime being on a morning show you miss out on these things. but we did have pictures which is great. so take a look at this video. we have an up-close and personal view thanks to the lick observatory. it was the size of a small car. it hit the martinez hills around 8:00 last night traveling at about 25,000 miles per hour. thanks to a viewer in santa cruz, here you can see it in color that bright red flare. last night's meet year appeared for only about 5 seconds when it came into the atmosphere and it came with a boom. experts say that w
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